Mommy2ThreeLilMonkeys 3 kids; California 5005 posts
27th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" Unfollowing this, cause this is what you miserable b***hes do: Cause it makes you feel better about yourself. It's a shame."


Mommy2ThreeLilMonkeys 3 kids; California 5005 posts
27th May '13

how many f*ing posts can she make about the same thing?

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:</b>" OP, I noticed you are, in fact, still subbed. "</blockquote>

Ily Frodo

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
28th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting #3dueOct*21weeks*:</b>" how many f*ing posts can she make about the same thing?"</blockquote>

I think we're on 4 or 5

thisunrest India 10364 posts
29th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" I need to stay with him until I get on my feet. I will be graduating nursing school, and making double ... [snip!] ... Aside from drain-o... I have no clue what to do about it. I hate cats but I hate the thought of leaving my baby even more."</blockquote>

" Aside from Draino ".....? Lady, you are sick.

Aside from all what these mamas have told you, let me add that relationships are about combining two ( or more if that's your poison..... pardon the pun ) lives not taking over someone else's. He's a grown man and if you want to live with him you take him AND his baggage,assets and pets.

Who do you think you are that you can tell another adult what to do?! You sound like you have a huge entitlement complex. Eight cats is more than I'd want to handle but guess what?

YOU chose to be with him knowing he had a lot of pets! Take him as he is. AND like the rest have said, why should he get rid of the cats, you've already fucked him over just like the mother of his children did and it's only been three months at that!

His cats have more loyalty and respect for him than his girlfriend. Maaaaaaaaaan , f**k his life:-P

thisunrest India 10364 posts
29th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" My child is just fine. She's healthy, smart and well taken care of it People way worse off than me bring ... [snip!] ... children into the world everyday. If everyone waited until the perfect situation to have kids, the population would die off."</blockquote>

At eight billion and counting, I doubt it. But there WOULD be a lot of well-adjusted, happy and healthy families about. More so than now. Situations can change for the worst at the drop of a dime, no need to put yourself in one intentionally.

thisunrest India 10364 posts
29th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" And whether abortion is a way out is a matter of opinion.. and my opinion is that it's murder and taking ... [snip!] ... future, I chose to keep her instead of aborting her and taking the easy way out and being 21 now and drinking and partying. "</blockquote>

And in MY opinion, having a baby because you don't want to think of yourself as a " coward" is self-serving and immature.

thisunrest India 10364 posts
29th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" I never said homeless. I will have 3 grand in october from school.. If need be I will have to save ... [snip!] ... his house.. Why should I have to struggle and bust my ass at work with newborn because he wont compromise about having 8 cats.?"</blockquote>

Because he doesn't owe you a goddamn thing.

thisunrest India 10364 posts
29th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" Yes we have fought for several days something terrible, because he feels I am demanding he get rid ... [snip!] ... it be until you are ready to go back to work and move out, or whether I do eventually sell my house and we move together.?""</blockquote>

This right here. He has big doubts about your relationship or he wouldn't have reservations about how long you'd be there in his house.

Why in God's name would a man in the middle of a divorce want to hop into a new relationship anyway? Probably rebounding so he doesn't have to grieve the loss of his marriage . He wants the distraction. And at thirty-three you'd think he'd know better.

Or maybe he does know that this coping mechanism of his is bogus. Add that to the cheating and he HAS to know that this can't go on forever. Eventually he'll have to put the drama aside and deal head-on with where he is in life, how he got there and where h's going to go from there. You don't put years of history to one side and just get over it. These things take time.

Minion Due September 30; 2 kids; Toccoa, GA, United States 19918 posts
30th May '13

OP it's not easy to hear, but relationships are all about compromise and I see no compromise coming from you. You demand your "SO" to change everything and give up his animals when you don't want to give up anything. How is that fair? If the tables were turned you would be pissed.

And I didn't want to work after DD was born either, but I went back to my full time CNA job 6 weeks after she was born. It sucked and I cried but I had to do it.

Also I didn't want to, but I got my own place and put her in daycare. I paid my own bills and did everything a good mom had to do.

Sometimes being an adult means doing stuff that really sucks, but is necessary.

Also these ladies are right. LPNs are not in high demand and only have about 3-4 each shift per nursing home IF THAT.

And schooling for LPN isn't hard at all. If you're struggling, it's not the course, it's you. Sorry, but it's true.

☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆ Due September 18; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Washington 44120 posts
1st Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥crazybitch:</b>" You make me sick you stupid p***e o* s**t c**t. You don't know shit about me. I work 40 hours a week ... [snip!] ... not doable to go straight back to work out of the hospital. Kiss my f**king ass and gtfo out of my thread you miserable c**t."</blockquote>

You should abort

sugarpie_hunnibunch Due December 7; Japan 83 posts
2nd Jun '13

OH MY LAWRRD I read all 16 pages hoping to get the answer to my question:
Why is he divorced? because to me if the guy bends over backward( or however she said it) he must still be in love with HIS wife.

OP if the guy refuses to get rid of his cats, which he shouldn't because they were there long before you, it's well maybe just maybe he doesn't want you to move in. Even though he told you to move in; most likely he was just trying to be nice but doesn't really want to commit with u. Get over it and move on. Stop trying to be a mooch and just because you are having a baby with him doesn't mean he has to take care of you.

lamr - 02-08-13-21 2 kids; Crazytown, ON, Canada 5921 posts
2nd Jun '13

I read all 16 pages out of complete boredom.

While yes, I'd never want to live with 8 cats, its not harmful to your baby. Keep the litter cleaned, and vacuum every day and the baby will be fine. I wouldn't worry about it until you are 8 months pregnant. Anything can happen between now and then, and if he gets rid of those cats now and you lose the baby or he wants nothing to do with you by then, he'll really regret it.

KristaAnne 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ, VT, United States 19441 posts
3rd Jun '13
Quoting sugarpie_hunnibunch:" OH MY LAWRRD I read all 16 pages hoping to get the answer to my question: Why is he divorced? because ... [snip!] ... and move on. Stop trying to be a mooch and just because you are having a baby with him doesn't mean he has to take care of you."

I believe he is divorced because his ex wife cheated on him.